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‘RHOC’ Nightmare! Star’s Troubled Son To Face Murder Charges After Brutal Shooting

RHOC Star Son Murder Charges Shooting

Jan. 26 2018, Updated 3:48 p.m. ET

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Joshua Waring, the troubled son of former Real Housewives of Orange County star Lauri Peterson, is set to go to trial for attempted murder. After the case was reopened late last year, the TV starlet’s child could face serious jail time!

As has learned from an LA Times report, the 29-year-old is facing charges in connection with a shooting in 2016. If convicted of the crime, Waring could face multiple life sentences.

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According to court records, he is facing three counts of attempted murder and other felony and misdemeanor charges in connection to the incident, which occurred in a former sober-living home in Costa Mesa, California.

At the time, a man was shot outside of what witnesses describes as a “drug crash pad.” Waring was seen leaving the house before the shooting and returning in his girlfriend’s car around 2:00 am.

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While another man, Bryan Goldstein, was also connected to the shooting, sources claimed he recently suggested Joshua Waring was the one truly responsible.

Waring previously stated that he wasn’t nervous about going to prison because he’s “innocent.”

As readers know, the attempted murder scandal is only the last straw in Joshua Waring’s criminal history. Peterson’s wild son was previously accused of drug possession and of threatening to stab his wife!

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